結局、 Conclusion: Jolt accentuation alone cannot rule in or out the diagnosis of meningitis in patients with fever and headache; Lumbar puncture is still recommended for these patients. という陳腐な結論に終わってしまう、というオチであった。
It is common knowledge among doctors and patients that lowest tier Do-Teihen (exclusively bottom-leveled) medical school graduates mean morons who bought their way to Uraguchi, currently called Gachi-no-Ura by themselves.
Looking back on the experience of entrance exam to medical school in the era of Showa, when the sense of discrimination against privately-founded medical schools was more intense than it is now, all such schools but for Keio had been so compared to somethin like a specialized institution for mentally retarded educable kids that nobody but imbecile successors of physicians in private practice had applied for admission.
There had been NOT a single classmate who chose willingly against his/her common sense to go to the Do-Teihen(exclusively bottom-leveled medical school, currently also known as Gachi-no-Ura), which would have cost outrageous money and its graduates are doomed to be called Uraguchi morons who bought thier way into the Do-Teihen, by thier colleagues and even by thier own clients.
Although people won't call them names to their face, certain 80-90% people of about my age have been yet scorning and sneering at Uraguchi graduates, speaking in the back of our mind, " Uraguchi morons shall not behave like somebody." We never speak out face to face in real life.